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Craigie wrote commentaries on Deuteronomy, Ezekiel, the Twelve Prophets, and Psalms 1 - 50. He referred to his approach as "theological-historical" or "theological-scientific". Lyle Eslinger notes that Cragie's approach was "a melding of conservative theological interests and assumptions with the scientific methods of biblical criticism."Tremper Longman describes him as being "among the best of recent evangelical interpreters" as well as "an astute theologian and philologist".
Eslinger, Lyle M.; Taylor, Glen, eds. (1988). Ascribe to the Lord: Biblical & other essays in memory of Peter C. Craigie. Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Supplement Series. 67. Sheffield, England: JSOT Press. ISBN978-1-850-75189-2. OCLC41326387.
^ abLyle Eslinger, "Peter C. Craigie," in Walter A. Elwell and J. D. Weaver (eds.) Bible Interpreters of the 20th Century: A Selection of Evangelical Voices (Grand Rapids, Baker, 1999) pp 411-422.
^Tremper Longman, Old Testament Commentary Survey, 2nd ed. (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1999) p. 76.